It is thought that issues like increasing vehicle congestion and pollution could be solved by hiking the rate of fuels. I disagree with
statement as it has only minimal effect on the mentioned problem and a more focused approach has to be done to rectify
, I think when petrol or diesel cost increases, it would only reflect on lower-class people.
In other words
high socioeconomic group
a high socioeconomic group
would not get affected, so, they would probably continue using their vehicles.
As a result
, the aim to reduce traffic jams or even air contamination could not be brought down.
, when fuel prices
up, the commuters will suffer
the expense of travelling in cabs or other common transport facilities would be naturally increased.
, the bus ticket value is not the same now when we compare with 5 years data. A £5 ticket is now £8.5 due to high cost of petroleum in recent times.
issue, the Government has to adapt a varying approach,
as replacing or encouraging people to
solar-driven motors or engines
of usual motors. One of the advantages of
method is, they are cheap and easy to
(used to introduce a logical conclusion) from that fact or reason or as a result
it can be implemented at a higher scale. Another way is to recommend people
public transport facilities for their daily activities. When commuters
government operated modes, there will be a large reduction in the number of cars or bikes, ultimately
will reduce the carbon dioxide emission.
, to achieve
, the ticket fee has to be moderated, it should be at a reasonable price, so the public
to you utilize it.
To conclude, I believe that pollution related to vehicles and traffic condition cannot be limited just by increasing the petrol charge,
a more possible strategy has to be followed.